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Sadhana: End Of An Era Of Style, Versatility And Panache

Accredited as one of the most stylish actress of Bollywood in the late 1960s and 1970s, especially known for her “fringe hairstlye”, the reign of Sadhana Shivdesani, popularly known as…

Organizations Collaborate To Raise $45,000 For Chennai Flood Victims

For the first time ever, 20 organizations and community groups from across Chicagoland collaborated to hold the Chennai Flood Disaster relief fundraiser Dec. 20 at the Waterford banquet Hall in…

Is Ebola virus one-up against bats?

Ebola virus and bats have been waging a molecular battle for survival that may have started at least 25 million years ago, revealed a new study led by an Indian-origin…

Bikram Yoga Founder Faces Legal Separation From Wife Of 31 Years

  Los Angeles-based Bikram Choudhury, founder of Vikram yoga, was slapped with a lawsuit last week by his wife Rajashree Choudhury, seeking legal separation from her husband of 31 years.…

Disabled have divine ability, government scheme in Guinness records: Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said Dec. 27 that physically challenged people have a “divine ability” and urged people to change the way to address them. He also said the government’s…

Silicon Valley & India 2015-2016: A Symbiotic Relationship

Venture capitalist Vinod Dham, the “Father of the Pentium chip,” says 2015 was a banner year for the technology relationship between Silicon Valley and India and it will only grow.…

2015: Another Year Of Achievements

The year 2015 began on a high note and with all the superlatives that can be mustered to describe a visit by a U.S. President to India as President Barack…

India-U.S. Relations: A Year Of ‘Modbama Bromance’

A “budding bromance” between India and the U.S. or “Modbama” as Foreign Policy called it, under Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President Barack Obama, took their ties to a new…

Obama To Present National Medal Of Science To Harvard Professor

President Barack Obama will present the National Medal of Science to Dr.  , an Indian- American professor at Harvard Medical School and director of tumor biology laboratory at Massachusetts General…

Ohio Cardiologist Gets 20 Years In Prison For Healthcare Fraud

A Westlake, Ohio, cardiologist was sentenced to 20 years in prison for performing unnecessary catheterizations, tests, stent insertions and causing unnecessary coronary artery bypass surgeries as part of a scheme…

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